| By Katie Allen
Novels ranging from Tudor England to the battlefields of the Western Front have been shortlisted for the Walter Scott Prize for historical fiction, with Hilary Mantel adding another nomination to her prize haul for Bring Up the Bodies (Fourth Estate)
Mantel won in 2010 for Wolf Hall.
The £25,000 prize is rewarded to a book written in English, with the majority of its setting being at least 60 years ago.
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